The one that stands out the most to me is Dead Poets Society. I remember watching this movie and being so moved.
In another class, he will ask his students to get up on his desk, just to demonstrate interest of stepping forward to have a different vision of the situation.
This class will teach the students the importance of considering all different opinions, to have a global view of a case before doing something. Value He demonstrated respect, integrity, sense of humor and availability.
These attributes are what made the students trust him and can count on him for support. He was steadfast on his teaching methods and his goal for his students to have the ability to think for themselves, even when his belief was against the strict teaching code of the school.
He was frank and strong enough to defend his ideas. He also inspires the student to create their own identity, opinions and ideas. He believes in the students and they in turn, in him.
Settings aim was for the students get more confidence in themselves and dare go further to take own initiatives. He encourages critical thinking. He also shows close relation with students. Communication skill He knows how to speak and listen to people, and also how to be listened to.
He knows when to raise or lower with tone of voice.
He had a speaking gift. He knows how to raise the interest of his students, and then as he discreetly studied the personality of each student, he knows how to adapt his speech to everyone. He adapts his style of communication to every student, with an extrovert and self-confident student such as Mr.
Richard Cameron, he will speak directly and loud, but with a shy student such as Todd Anderson, he will go smoothly, and force him to gain self-confidence.
When they were citing their poems. He adapts his speech and his posture, lead people to respect him and listen to him. For instance when he speaks about passion, love, romance and poetry, all the students gather around him and listen very carefully to what he is saying.
He has that gift of captivating the interest of his audience.
He was able to speak to them looking directly into their eyes.Robin Williams as John Keating. In Dead Poets Society, unconventional teacher John Keating, played by the late, great Robin Williams, employs a variety of techniques to stimulate his .
Dead Poets Society Summary: Dead Poets Society is a book, that is about a group of friends, that starts an old “club” up, “The Dead Poets Society”. They got to know about it, from their new English teacher, Mr.
Keating, who also went to Welton Academy (the Boarding school, the boys are on). In Dead Poets Society, unconventional teacher John Keating, played by the late, great Robin Williams, employs a variety of techniques to stimulate his students into 'thinking differently'.
He has them stand on their desks to view the world from a . Karin, Although I have never seen the movie “Dead Poets Society”, after reading this you may have inspired me to do so! I think your choice of topic was very creative and a great demonstration of Transformational Leadership.
Leadership patterns in Peter Weir’s “Dead Poets Society” The movie “Dead Poets Society” is, according to Wikipedia, set in the United States in , at the traditional Welton Academy, a university which is very strict .
The final scene in the movie, “The Dead Poet’s Society” is a group of high school boys standing on their desks facing toward the rear door through which their beloved teacher, Mr.
Keating, played brilliantly by Robin Williams, is exiting.